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  • Great book

    Lee Tobin McClain has shown, once again, that she is not afraid to tackle tough subjects. Bullying, body image, handicaps, teenage pregnancy, among others. She did a great job of weaving it all together into a wonderful story. I would like to say I couldn’t put the book down, but I had to occasionally. I was getting so emotionally into the story that I had to take a break, but not for long. I had to see what happened next. This is a great book and I would recommend it. I received a copy of this book from the author and was not required to write a positive review.

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  • Feel-good family reading

    When divorced couple Tia and Drew come together to help their two daughters with teenage crises, they must also deal with their own issues. This is s story of neighbors and friends stepping in to give support and encouragement, of a family trying to find its way. Full of the feel-good, close-knit community spirit this author is known for. I received a copy of this book from the author without expectations for reviews. These are my thoughts and opinions. ✔ Yes, I recommend this product.

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  • Second Chance

    Reunion at the Shore by Lee Tobin McClain is the second book in her The Off Season series. Ria Martin, the owner of a small, struggling motel, the Chesapeake Motor Lodge, has two teenage daughters, who are troubled and having problems at school. She’s contacted her ex-husband Drew to solicit his help with their daughters. Drew Martin has been out of contact with his ex-wife and their children for months, because he didn’t want them to know about the head injury that left him with a severe visual impairment. Ria and Drew are thrown together when he returns to Pleasant Shores to reconnect with his children. Ria notices that Drew has changed positively in fundamental ways. The attraction has never lessened for either of them. Will they put aside the differences that led to their divorce and give marriage and their family a second chance? Reunion at the Shore is as compelling as the previous book of the series. We are reintroduced and given a deeper look at some of the characters. This isn’t just a heartwarming romance. Once again the author touches on some important issues faced by women. I throughly enjoyed this novel. I rate it 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it to all lovers of heartwarming second chance romance. The included sneak peek at the next book in the series, Christmas on the Coast, is riveting. I am excited for it’s release. My thanks to the author and HARLEQUIN – Romance (US & Canada) for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book. However, the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone.

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  • Difficult real-life situations handled with care

    Reunion at the Shore deals with real life family situations especially when the parents are divorced. Lee Tobin McClain did a great job writing it. Difficult topics like body image (across 3 generations), self-esteem, miscarriage, bullying/cyberbullying, teen suicide, and pregnancy are dealt with honestly with tremendous care. I mention these not to spoil the book but because they can be triggers for some. This is a hard book to put down because the characters are well developed and easy to relate too. Even if you haven't gone through the same experiences as the characters, I believe you will want to keep reading (like I did) to see what happens next. I received a free copy of this book from the author but was not required to leave a review. All opinions are my own. Reunion at the Shore is the second book in The Off Season series. Although there are some characters from Cottage at the Beach (Book 1) in this book, it is not necessary to read the books in order. However, I also loved Cottage at the Beach so I do highly recommend that book as well as Lee Tobin McClain's other series Safe Haven and any of her Love Inspired books or series.

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  • Too depressing

    I found the story to be too depressing. The H & h were argumentative throughout most of the book. The younger daughter was not respectful and the older daughter was just plain foolish. The story just kept getting darker as I read. There was just too much depressing story to wade through. So I gave up at 2/3 of the books and just read the ending which by the way was the best part of the book.

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